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CORRESPONDENCE. THE KAPUNDA SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 24 January 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. THE KAPUNtiA SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-Allow me to u>ake a few remarks upon what I believe to be an important subject, more important than would appear at first sight namely, the resolution passed at the last meet ing of the Corporation with reference to the Kapunda School. It will be known by most of your readers that the Council passed a motion to this effect-viz., " That this Council accept the school trust, with all the liabilities thereon." The passing of the above motion I must say I think is the most foolish and ill-considered thing that has ever been done by any Corporation; my reasons for thinking so are:-I. Because it will sow the seeds of sectarian ill-feeling between Catholics and Protestants. 2. Because at all future elec tions for Councillors the question will be not, How do you intend to improve the the town ? but, Who do you intend to put in as school master ? For it must be remembered that the trustees of the school have to appoint the master. 3....

Publication Title: Kapunda Herald And Northern Intelligencer
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RHYNIE. Wednesday, January 22, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 24 January 1868

KHYNIE. {"From oar own Correspondent."] Wednesday, January 22, 1868. I The weather during the past fortnight has been very changeable-sometimes hot and then exceedingly cold, and considerable damage has in consequence been done to the standing crops in this neighbourhood. A farmer informed me the other day that about three bushels to the acre of his crop had been knocked out through the late stprmy weather, which will be a great loss to him, as the quality of his wheat was very good. At present the weather is very hot, and all that can be desired for reaping operations. Mr Bumble* late of Gilberton Store, has lately opened his new General Store here, which is a very neat building, and there seems to be every prospect of his doing a fair amount of business.

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A CHANCE FOE SCHOOLBOYS. TO THE EDIOTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 24 January 1868

A CHANCE FOE SCHOOLBOYS. TO THE KDIOTOR. Sir-The following problem occurred to my mind yesterday; and as I think it will be a good mental exercise for this hot weather, I hereby offer to any boy or girl, at present attending school in Kapunda, who shall send to your office the correct solution, in time for next week's ! Herald, a book of the value of 5s, to be selected by the successful competitor from the stock of Scandrett & Elliott: Problem-How often in the course of twenty four hours does the minute hand of a clock pass the hour hand; and at what times ? I

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THE KAPUNDA SCHOOL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 24 January 1868

THE KAPUNDA SCHOOL. TO THE BBXZOB. Sir-I see by your last -week's issue that the Corporation has taken the Kapunda School under its protecting wing, with all its faults that is, with a debt of £50 hanging on to it. I, with others of the ratepayers of Kapunda, was very glad to see that you. had washed your hands clean of this job, and eatered your pro test on behalf of the ratepayers. I cannot so much blame the Trustees for trying to get out of their liabilities; but for a body of sane (?) men, calling themselves the guardians of the public purse, to accept such a 'white elephant' on such conditions, is past my comprehension. Why, sir, to bring the matter to a point at once, what do we want with a public school in Kapunda at all? Are there not plenty of pri vate individuals able and willing to look after the education of the rising generation; and if so, why should we inaugurate, oa a small scale, State aid? I am aware, Mr Editor, that the land upon which the Kapunda school is erecte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

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MISCELLANEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

MISCELLAJNEl. SLEEPING-ROOMS.-The room we sleep in should never shut out the fresh, pure air. A sleeping person consumes two hogsheads of air in an hour; that is, de prives it of all its oxygen, and replaces it with carbonic acid gas, which is a negative poison; leaving it so destitute of life-giving property that the person breathing it will die in a short time, in an hour sometimes. It follows, therefore, that unless the room be larger than most of those founl 14 dwelling-houses and hotels, there should b a thorough ventilation. Currents of air, says the correspondent of an American paper, must be avoided.: Heuce the bed should be so located in the room that they may I not pass over the sleeper. If there be a single windovy, it is oiten Well to raise the lower sash "a few inches and lower a little the ^pper sash. ! 'In this way the: current is coiifiued to the WitidoW> while it keeps' ther air - fresh. . A SA-I.T LAK.K JOKE.-The Salt Lake Vedette says-^-<'A wayfarer ...

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DISTRICT COUNCILS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

DISTRICT COUISOiliS. KAPUNDA. SATURDAY, JANUABY 18. Present-The Chairman (Mr Jeffs), and'Coun cillors Hazel and Wiadebank. Minutes o£ last meeting read and confirmed. Mr Robins waited, on the Council and offered towards opening the road throughout Section No. 1561. Resolved,, that Prior & Sampson's claim stand in abeyance.. Clerk to call for tenders for making Grossing over Hawker's Creek. Clerk reported' Mr Old ham progressing with plan oi Ctemetery. John Saunder's account for clearing Scotch- thistles off Section No. 1236 passed for payment. One tender received for repairing road at Rowett's. Reserve-Henry Sing, £3.;. accepted: Clerk to prepare specification of crossing near the Railway Station. Clerk to call for tender* for the re moval of stumps ou the Stockport road: t Clark, instructed to caution people against leaving dan gerous logs in Allen's Creek.. Clerk to write ta J. Brodie, and request him ta sign conveyance of" road at Boss's Creek. Payments, £1 f receipts,. n...

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MONDAY, JANUARY 27. LOMITED JURISDICTION. [Before J. White, Esq., J.P., and G. Tallis Esq., J.P.] [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

MONDAY, JANUARY 27. llVITED JuEISI>ICTION. [Before J. White, Esq., J.P., and G. Tallis _ Esq-, J P-1 WiRiam Keast was charged with assaulting the police. Trooper A. Campbell examined. By Corporal O'Brien-Was a police-trooper, stationed at Kapunda; on Snnday evening, the 26th insfc., was on duty ia the township; at a little after 6 o'clock saw the prisoner in lite street by Mr Harden's; he tried to get into Mr Harden's, but was not admitted; he was drunk at the time ; he had a horse with him; prisoner abased Mr Harden because he would not give him any drink; witness told him to go home ; be said he would, and mounted his horse; when he had mounted he said to witness-" Now Fm on horse back, and it will take a better man than you to take me off," and other abusive language; he then went off, saying he would get drink at Cowper's; he got off his horse at Cowper'sj and witness then arrested him, when prisoner said it would take more than witness to get him up to the station, he trippe...

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GOLDEN GIFTS. CHAPTER XXXII. SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

GOLDEN GIFTS. BY THE. AKTHOB OF " MABIASf " VEKMONT VALE ," ETC., ETC I CHAPTER xxxn * 8PEIN6, IT ?was,well for Martin' Wallace that lie had a new motive for labour that winter,, for the old motive was rapidlylosirigits power. Virtually j he considered himself dismissed from the household at Glen-Osmond, as much dismissed as if hehad been shown the door,'or told in so many words-Mr. Kingsley's manner so plainly convinced him that his company was no longer desirable. What had produced the change he could scarcely tell, only that from time to time hints of a failure somewhere in the money market, a depression of trade, and necessity for greater exertion, enabled him to comprehend the wish for a moneyed match for Thurza. How .about Thurza herself ? Was she a willing sacrifice ? He believed not; and yet, was it not her duty to please and obey her father ?. He would not stand in the way of her obedience;, and thenceforth his visits to tbe-house entirely ceased. Edith's return home made t...

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GILBERT. MONDAY, JANUARY 20. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

GILBERT. I MONDAY, JAKDABX 20. Present-The ChairmaD, Councillors- Milno-, and Farrow. Letter received from. Mr Richard son respecting surveys; Clerk to reply. Messrs. Bright, Ererard, Hallett, and Hayford noati sated as members of Ceotral Road Board for' ensuing year. Inspector's report Deceived and read. Banger instructed to lay information against the owners of unregistered) dogs. Pay ments, £13 7/t

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WEEKLY CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

WEEKLY CAX.ENDAB. Day of Month and Week. Satday., Feb. Sunday, , " Monday, M Tuesday, " Wednesdy," Thursday, " Friday, " Sun. Rises. Sets. a.m. 5.24 5.25 5.26 5.27 5.28 5.29 5.30 p.m. 7. 4 7. 3 7. 2 7. 1 7. 0 6.59 6.59 MOON. Rises. Sets, ?.m. 11.55 p.m. 1.59 3. 3 4. 6 ;,5. 7 ?. 3

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AUBURN. January 29, 1868. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

AUBURN. {"From a Correspondent.] January 29, 1868. I . Tha, fourth public lecture in connection with the Auburn Mutual Improvement Society took Slace.On ITriday evening, 24th instant, in the lown HalL The President of the Society (Mr. J. H, Adamson) occupied, the chair. After the meeting had been opened -with prayer, the Chair man delivered an appropriate address ; at the close of which he called upon Mr. W. Thread gold, wjljo recited the " Village Blacksmith j" after which, the Chairman introduced the Rev. W. Davidson, to deliver the first part of his lec ture* on the' *' Dignity -of Labour." The lecture throughout "was very instructive and exceedingly interesting, ami was listened to, with great atten tion. During'the interval between the first and. second pacts of the lecture, Mr. James Spieer re- . cited, in & very masterly manner, a piece entitled " Modern'. IiOjgic." Towards > the close, of the evening the - Chairman announced- that the Society^would hold its weeHy ...

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ADELAIDE AGENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

ADELAIDE AGENCY. : :Mb. ,G, T. ClarksoNJ of 70, King William-street, Adelaide, is authorised to receive Advertisements for this journal, and to collect payment for same.

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NUISANCES ON PUBLIC ROAD. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

NfrlBANCES ON PUBLIC BO AD. TO THE EDITOR. Sir-I must draw jour' attention to a dead bolloct which is a great nuisance to the public, it baing pear the roid oa the top of Daeli's Hill; and as I pass the spot every day, and am nearly _ poieonfeij with the stench, ! think I am justified in speaking of it. I hope you' will have room m youryaliiable paper for this letter. Mr Editor, is their "io law or Act to stop people flinging out - dead bollocks so near the main road ? I am, Sir, &c., SCHOOLBOY.

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THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, January 31st, 1868. THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

THE KAPUNDA HERALD. Friday, Janiiary 31s£, 1868. THE ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF , LIGHT. Amongst the more important measures which will have to be. considered by those gentlemen who may at the forthcoming electionis, be returned to the Senate of the Province will fcbe the Electoral Act, which most certainly needs considerable amend ment1; lor at present Adelaide and its suburbs are represented most fully, to the almost total Exclusion of the country dis tricts. This will be readily admitted when it is pointed out that Adelaide (East and West), East Torrens, West Torrens, the Start, and Yatala, return one-third of the ; thirty-six members of whom the House of Assembly is composed. No other district suffers to a greater extent by this state of things than does our own; a con sideration of the large agricultural areas, of the mining properties, of the-centres of - population within its bounds, andof the almost adverse interests of some of its extremes, will make this at once apparent. The d...

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LOCAL COURT—KAPUNDA. FULL JURISDICTION. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1868. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., and Jury of four.] GREIG v. H. KELLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

LOCAL COURT-KAPUNDA. Foix JURISDICTION. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1868. [Before J. S. Browne, Esq., S.M., and Jury of four.] GBEIG V. H. KELLY. , This was an action for £35, damages for alleged wrongful conversion by the defendant to his own use of a horaa belonging to plaintiff. Mr Palmer for plaintiff; Mr Brady for de fendant. The Jury having been sworn, Mr Palmer pro ceeded to state to them the nature of the case. Mr W. Greig examined. By, Mr Palmer-Lived at Mr Brook's, Levi's ' Waterhole, as a shepherd; had seen a roan mare in the police yard, with a white star in the forehead, scarred face, with black mane and tail.; it was branded with a round-cornered W on the near shoulder, witness's own brand, also an undistingnishable brand under the saddle; it was witness's own mare; bought her of Mr Baird, on the Light; had her in his possession seventeen years; when witness saw her last she had a foal sucking her, that waB on Mr Brook's run; in March, 1866, witness had turned her out; first...

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CORRESPONDENCE. UNCLE TOBY TO HIS NEPHEW. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

CORRES PONDE NOB. UNCLE TOBY TO HIS NEPHKVY1 Incidentally, my dear Tim, I hare long1 aino» made you acquainted with the existence of » grotesque institution, known in this neighbour* hood a9 the Imbecile Menagerie, but known to the world at large as the Kapunda Corporation.. The peculiar business of this invaluable bod/ corporate ia'aomiaaUy to make our paths straight, to prevent such a rapid accumulation of filth itk our streets as may endanger our mere animal existence, and to levy rates upon household pn>~ perty to pay for the accomplishment of tbesfr. objects; but its Teal business is something widely different from such grovelling work-it* aspirations are of a loftier nature, and its actual doings partake largely of the aesthetic and tit* imaginative. As it is composed of gentlemen carefully selected from different parts of the town, judi ciously balanced one against the other, ui finally elected by the ballot to their honourable position, it must evidently be the very cream...

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MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

MUNICIPAL CORPORATION. Present-His Worship the Mayor, Councillors Bruce, Francis, Fry, Harden, Mellor, Nock, Nicholson and Rove. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. A rote was here taken as to whether a similar fine should be inflicted on Councillors more than a quarter of an hour late at Committee meetings, as on Councillors late at the Council meetings. The motion was carried by a majority of three; same excuse to be allowed as with reference to Council meetings. CORRESPONDENCE. Bead, a letter from Mr Palmer, stating that Mr Peacock's solicitors did not entirely approve of the draft deed of conveyance prepared for Mr Peacock's signature, but had submitted one with some alterations, which they were willing to advise Mr Peacock to sign; also, enclosing documents showing difference between deed of conveyance prepared by Mr Palmer, and that of Messrs. Andrews and Bonnin. Mr Palmer thought the Council would agree to the altera tions ; and if the Council did do so, ...

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AWARD OF PRIZE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

AWAB.D OF PRIZE. : TO "THE EDITOR. Sir-I have received ten answers to the clocfc hand problem of last week, viz., four correct, by 'Cocfefl, O'-Leary, Williams, and Rebbeck, and six : incorrect, by Hawke, O'Leary, Ponder (2), Opie, and Kalph. Solution.-The minute hand passes the hoar hand twenty-two times in twenty-four hours, viz., at 12 hours-1 h. 5 5-Hths min., and so on, ad . vancLng 1 h.^S JMlths min., each time. Please give .the prize to D. O'Leary, jun., being the Erst-So nd fide eehoolboy who sent a correct polution. 1 am, &c.,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer — 31 January 1868

"notice,...: vf ?! * THE Lari>-e, Important. and Unreserved iSate of the - ; ??'-?' J MAST ADELAIDE A38SB1VEBES'' BOOSTS! and all the EFFRCTS,-.will take place on THURSDAY, January 30, FRIDAY, Jannary 31, and SATURDAY, February 1, Each day at 11 o'clock. For farther and full particulars see Observer ] and Chronicle. TSARLES TIDEMASN, . . Auctioneer. A* ©OUT FOUR THOUSAND (4,(500)1 EWES FOR SALE!, in Lots to suit | Fanners. A few are fit for the Butcher.? Apply to ; I H. T. M3RRIS, Anlaby. Anlaby, January 21, 1868. .. 170c rrO be LET, a Two-roomed COTTAGE, A with WATER, in Whiftaker-street. Apply to ^ . 176c ' ' ' J, B. ADAMSON, Kapunda. aiQ BE LET.-The SPACIOUS ROOM > adjoining the RAILWAY HO!EEI», known 88 the w ASSEMBLY ROOMS " Apply to Mrs. Catehlove, -at the Railway. Hotel. . x For S ale -a FIVE - ROOMED HOUSE, with Cellar and Tank of Water attached.?' The whole Substantially built- of Stone, and situated near to the Welsh Chapel,: Kapunda, a: For further particulars apply...

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